• Amina's Song

    Amina's Song

    Khan, Hena

    Asian/Pacific American Children's Literature winner!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • The People's Painter

    The People's Painter

    Levinson, Cynthia

    Sibert Informational Book Award winner!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • My City Speaks

    My City Speaks

    Lebeuf, Darren

    Schneider Family Book Award winner for ages 0-8!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • A Bird Will Soar

    A Bird Will Soar

    Myers, Alison Green

    Schneider Family Book Award winner for ages 9-13!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • The Words in My Hands

    The Words in My Hands

    Asphyxia (Novelist)

    Schneider Family Book Award winner for ages 14-18!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • The Passover Guest

    The Passover Guest

    Kusel, Susan

    Sydney Taylor Picture Book Award winner!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • How to Find What You're Not Looking for

    How to Find What You're Not Looking for

    Hiranandani, Veera

    Sydney Taylor Middle Grade Book Award winner!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • The City Beautiful

    The City Beautiful

    Polydoros, Aden

    Sydney Taylor Young Adult Book Award winner!

    Format: Book

    Availability: Available

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  • Temple Alley Summer

    Temple Alley Summer

    Kashiwaba, Sachiko

    Batchelder Award winner!

    Format: Book

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  • American Indian Youth Literature Award

    American Indian Youth Literature Award

    Awarded biennially, the AIYLA identifies and honors the very best writing and illustrations by Native Americans and Indigenous peoples of North America. Books selected to receive the award present Indigenous North American peoples in the fullness of their humanity. In odd-numbered years, nominations are encouraged in fiction or nonfiction and may include graphic novels; for picture books, the award is for both author and illustrator. Awards are granted in even-numbered years. Authors/illustrators may win the American Indian Youth Literature Award in the categories Best Picture Book, Best Middle Grade Book, and Best Young Adult Book. In addition, up to five awards may be selected as Honors books in each category.

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